PicoSatellites Launch Launch date:
29 Nov, 6 Dec 2019 Launch vehicle: Electron KS Small liquid fueled orbital launch vehicle, which is being developed by Rocket Lab, a US/New Zealand company. Launch site: OnS LC-1 Onenui Station, Mahia, Wairoa, North Island, New Zealand ALE-2 Small demonstration satellite by Astro Live Experiences, which is to produce an artificial meteor shower, Japan http://star-ale.com/ ATL-1 Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary 437.175MHz, 12.5kbps GMSK, picosatellite http://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/atl-1.htm FossaSat-1 Picosatellite developed by Fossa Systems, Spain 436.700MHz, FSK RTTY 45 baud ITA2, 100mW 183Hz Shift and LoRa 125kHz, Chirp Spread Spectrum Modulation, 180 bps, 100mW http://fossa.systems/fossasat-1/ NOOR-1A/1B NOOR 1A and 1B, also known Unicorn 2B and 2C mission are picosatellite developped by Alba Orbital, USA http://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/noor-1.htm SMOG-P Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary 437.150MHz, 12.5kbps GMSK, picosatellite http://gnd.bme.hu:3443/ TRSI-Sat Picosatellite developed by My Radar, Germany 437.075MHz, bandwidth 6kHz MFSK, CW http://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/trsi-sat.htm Launch date: 6 Dec 2019 Electron on its way to orbit for our 10th mission, carrying payloads for @SpaceflightInc and @AlbaOrbital. http://twitter.com/rocketlab http://twitter.com/i/status/1202924455388831744 http://youtu.be/QK9mQdar5_w SMOG-P and ATL-1 AppImage software SMOG-P, ATL-1 and SMOG-1 GND upload website https://gnd.bme.hu:8080/, updated 29Dec2019 LINUX version 1.0.3 Check "Allow executing file as program" in properties.
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